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Poster: Lou Davenport Date: Sep 1, 2011 7:53pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Europe 72 trivia question #1

Which song was the third number played in the first set far more often than any other?

RULES: from memory--no peeking anywhere.

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Poster: RBNW....new and improved! Date: Sep 1, 2011 11:58pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Europe 72 trivia question #1

mr. charlie

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Poster: Lou Davenport Date: Sep 2, 2011 4:49am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Europe 72 trivia question #1

We have a winner! Mr. Charlie was the third song played in 16 of the 22 shows.

Care to double down and guess which song was the most common sixth song played?

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Poster: RBNW....new and improved! Date: Sep 2, 2011 6:25am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Europe 72 trivia question #1

chinatown shuffle...if im not mistaken these two songs are in this common place for the most part of 1972 pre-europe as well

This post was modified by RBNW....new and improved! on 2011-09-02 13:25:24

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Poster: Lou Davenport Date: Sep 2, 2011 11:06am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Europe 72 trivia question #1

We have a repeat winner! The score so far is 2 for Rich and 0 for everyone else.

The logic is of course that Jerry and Bob alternated singing the first two songs, then Pig got one, then Jerry and Bob again, then another by Pig. And apparently Pig liked singing Mr. Charlie first, but Chinatown Shuffle was the third number in most of the six shows in which Mr. Charlie was not.

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Poster: high flow Date: Sep 2, 2011 11:56am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Europe 72 trivia question #1

Both songs KICK ASS on this tour. Hooray for Pigpen!

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